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that everything old is new again. dick crantz, fox 5 news. >>> coming up next, another deadly day in syria as arab league monitors arrived in the country to help restore the peace. we have the latest next. gary? >>> great day today. changes for tomorrow. rrow.  >>> in florida, three people were killed in a helicopter crash. a mayo clinic heart surgeon and technician were on their way to gainesville to pick up a heart when the chopper went down. the pilot was killed in the crash. there is no word what caused it to go down. >>> to syria, the arab league is getting involved in the deadly uprising. 23 more deaths were reported from intense shelling at the center of the country. hundreds of arab league monitors are arriving to help restore the peace. help land vitter has the latest. >> reporter: more deaths are being reported as the violence intensifies in syria. the arab league says the turmoil has gone on far too long and special teams are being sent in to help prevent further bloodshed. >> our role and the role of the arab league is to help the sir ran government get out of the crisis. >> report
are continuing to follow new developments in the up rest in syria as well. up next, it -- the unrest in syria as well. up next, it could be far more deadly than first thought. >>> the drow dropped 163 points. the nasdaq fell over 35 points. the sell offcontinues in aaron i can't with japan's nikkei losing more than 100 points. -- the dow dropped 163 points. we're back in a moment. ment.  ment.  and even though you do what you can to take care of f it, sometimes you want to give your immune system some support. try new airborne chewable tablets. each serving contains 14 vitamins, minerals and herbs... including zinc, echinacea, ginger, and a blast of vitamin c. it's the easy, great-tasting way to help support your immune system. airborne. in fast-acting effervescent formula, and new super-convenient chewable tablets! >>> a dramatic rise in the number of deaths in syria. the united nations now says 5,000 people have died in that brutal crackdown started in february. and the head of the human rights commission said 300 children are among the dead. she wants syria referred to the internationa
. we'll share the story of his daring escape. >>> syria in the headlines today. straight ahead, army defectors clash with pro-government troops in the ongoing violence. we're back in a moment. nt.  while some fiber ads use super models,, metamucil uses super hard working psyllium fiber, which gels to remove unsexy waste and reduce cholesterol. taking psyllium fiber won't make you a model but you should feel a little more super. metamucil. down with cholesterol. look. the mr. clean magic eraser kitchen scrubber. i heard it came from space. they have greasy messes in space? [ laughs ] well, not anymore, obviously. look how it cleans. just stop. [ male announcer ] mr. clean magic eraser kitchen scrubber. its clean is out of this world. >>> pro-government forces in syria have been battle defectors who left the army in the wake of the civil crackdown there. military vehicles were set on fire during the clashes on sunday. eight people were killed around the country. in the meantime, an act of protest has spilled across syria's borders for the first time in the nine-month uprising b a d
and reconciliation can bring about peace. >>> the arab league is trying to reign in the violence in syria. syria turned into a blood pat bath. syrian forces killed several hundreds in the past week. opposition leaders say they doubt the monitors will have much of an impact. >>> in north korea, thousands are gathering to mourn the death of kim jong-il. fox's david lee miller has the latest. >> reporter: the 14 year north korean leader with public displays of mourning. in south korea, home to many exiles, protests have begun against the current government structure. leaflets are airlifted over the border with the hope that they will reach citizens. some plan to travel north and pay respects to help diplomacy. >> i believe it is our duty to express condolences. we hope our visit helps to improve the north, south relationship. in seoul, an attempt to install a memorial to offer the late leader is being met with resistance by antinorth protestors. >> we are hear today to stop people from setting up incense altars. >> reporter: supporters argue the democratic south should allow the freedom to mourning
this is the middle east and the u.s. and iraq are finding interests don't line up. >> both iran and syria are major points of contention. already there is concern iraq has not called for the step down of the syrian president and they are also being more in satellite line of iran two big concern it is president said tonight though the primary concern of the iraqi government right now are the iraqi people. >> as the iraq war winds down more and more troops are returning home families are being reunited with loved ones. >> you miss me? >> yeah. >> are you staying home? >> yep i am home for good. >> yay. >> today there was a special home coming surprise in stafford army national guard member surprised his two sons, dillon and kyle webster was one of several hundred national guard members who returned to the national guard armoury this morning the troops ended an 8 month tour of duty in iraq and glad to be home. >> great coming home you have been away so long and you know all you thing about is your family and friends it is great to be back. all i want to do is hang out with them now just relax. >> plen
of turning a blind eye. >>> reports from syria indicate the government is pulling tanks from a city after days of assaults on the people there. it is going on just as monitors from the aaron league are arriving there this morning. they are in syria to see if the government is complying with a peace plan. >>> we have an union date on your forecast, some rain on the way. and traffic? kind. light out there. that is all coming up after the break. >>> mother nature is really delivering a blow this past year. so coming up next, we'll take a look back at the year's wild weather.  i sweated the details. all the phone calls, the emails, the lost weekends. and then after twenty-two years, just like that, i was laid off. today there are so many americans like matthew. he worked hard and played by the rules. suddenly, he's out of a job. it's been a struggle not being able to find a job. but it's been our faith and family and friends that have helped us get through this. citizens energy was created to help the forgotten ones keep warm. we asked the big oil companies and oil prod
syria because it can easily transit iraq to send support, material into syria to back bashir assad, for example. >>> controversy tonight surrounding the first living marine awarded the medal of honor. according to a new report, the marine corps exaggerated or made up the story. sergeant dakota meyer was credited with savings lives of 23 american troops and 14 afghan sources in 2009. a journalist who survived that fight said while meyers was undoubtedly a hero, some of the details are not true. no response from the marine corps. >>> researchers say smoking could give your kids a deadly disease. >>> plus troops in the desert facing more than just human enemies, how a local woman's face cream helped our vets. >>> but first a sliver of good news for the job narcotic. fox business network's adam sha here -- job network. business network adam shapiro explains. >> the 30 year record mortgage down to 3.9%. meantime a sliver of good news for the job market, fewer americans applying for jobless benefits last week dropping to the lowest level in more than three years, but the news not so good
nations is reporting a starting rise in the number of protesters killed by the government of syria. there have now been 5,000 people killed in the last nine months. the u.n. high commissioner for human rights also says at least 300 children are among the dead. and thousands more kids are in prison. she is calling for syria to be referred to the international criminal courts because of thele kill as and torture of protesters. -- because of the killings and torture of protesters. >>> a dutch ask detect your firm is apologizing for the design of these towers. this people think it looks like the world trade centers exploding. the design is supposed to represent a cloud covering the center of the two buildings. construction still expected to begin in 2013. >>> find out where the d.c. region ranks on the a new list of areas that are best for business. >> first, we'll check in with tony perkins for the full forecast. we'll find out more about maybe a little bit of a warm-up headed our way this week. that is when fox 5 morning news continues.  >>> it is an organization
-government forces in syria have been battling defectors who left the army in the wake of a civil crackdown there. military vehicles set on fire during the clashes on sunday. an active protest has spilled across syria's border for the first time in the nine-month uprising. >>> coming up next, the stars come out here in washington for a holiday tradition. >> first, it certainly feels like christmas out there. christmas is on its way. we'll check in with tony for your full forecast when fox 5 morning news continues  [ sue ] wow! i've been so looking forward to this. when my asthma symptoms returned, my doctor prescribed dulera to help prevent them. [ male announcer ] dulera is for patients 12 and older whose asthma is not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. dulera will not replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. dulera helps significantly improve lung function. this was shown over a 6 month clinical study. dulera contains formoterol, which increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization
with the future of iraq after the american presence is gone. one troubles issue is current unrest in syria. he wants him to step down but they predict civil war if that happens. joining us now is the director of critical threats project at american enterprise institute and expert on defense, military and iraq. fred welcome to the show. how did the meeting go yesterday with the iraqi prime minister and president barack obama. >> sounds like it went as we might have expected a general whitewash of the various problems that are confronting iraq, some pretty broad unsubstantiated statements and how well things are going there. >> okay what would you like to see as someone who studied this part of the country and military. >> well, what i would like to see put in place has to be based on recognition there is serious problems including in the way the government has been managing its internal affairs and sectarianism threatening to unravel political stability in iraq. we need to support iraq militarily it is not able to defriend itself on the other hand we -- defend itself on the other hand we take t
in many parts of the year. including in russia and syria and across europe and across the united states. >> time also saying young protesters are reshaping global politics. long time leaders of egypt and libya ousted. following massive antigovernment protests. the occupy movement hitting the u.s. and other countries. syrians fighting for democracy and russians now taking to the streets. after alleged election fraud. >> forced not just ordinary people to pay attention to them, but forced governments and their ruling elites to reckon with them in a very serious way. >> since 1927, time has recognized a person or thing that it believes most influenced the culture and the news throughout the year. last year, facebook founder and ceo, mark zuckerberg got the honor. the magazine picked federal reserve chairman, ben bernanke in 2009, and president obama in 2008. runners up for this year's person of the year included republican congressman, paul ryan, and the duchess of cambridge, kate middleton. fox news. >>> so, we're going to have a warmup coming our way is this. >> a little warmup. >>
with deadly protests persisting persisting in syria and yemen. >>> a devastating tsunami and earthquake in japan. a stormy spring in the u.s. meteorologists said there were more than 750 tornadoes in april alone. hundreds of people were killed. but the hardest hit city was joplin, missouri. a powerful ef-5 tornado left 157 people dead making the joplin twister the deadliest in decades. a new era of british royalty began when prince william and his blushing bride, kate, swapped vows. may 1st, a dramatic late night announcement from the commander in chief. a team led by navy seals swooped into this come pound in pakistan where they said they found osama bin laden. the seals reportedly shot him in the face and defense officials say the world's most wanted man was later buried at sea. urchle sam maxed out his credit cards. lawmakers spent much of the summer fighting before ultimately increasing the government's ability to borrow more money. who's in and who's out? >> i'm running for president of united states. >> as a candidate for president of the united states. >> i'm announcing my candi
policy advisor to a number of republican presidents. using that reasoning, jordan, syria and iraq are invented people. >> i think he wins that argument. it was needlessly provocative . that is a weakness that newt gingrich tries to put a historical gloss. it pegoes back to the ottoman empire . he forgets we are in a delicate diplomacy. and this is a way to provoke them and suggest they have no right to any kind of state. his worry last night hoe put it in the context of palestinian continued attacks on israel and the terror. and that is a better way to construct the argument. >> chris: liz, you agree with that as a foreign policy thinker. >> i gree with what paul said. the challenge here, you don't want it focused on the sount bite. you want the attention focused on president obama has the worst relationship with the state of israel than any president had in a long time . you have iran six or eight months obtaining a nuclear weapon and we should be working closely with the arabs and israelis on a range of issues including iran. that's what we should be focused on and not our own t
into summer and fall with deadly protests persisting in syria and yemen. march 11th a massive earthquake shook japan. the magnitude 8.9 quake unleashed a devastating tsunami and triggered a meltdown at this power plant. a stormy spring in the u.s., meteorologists said there were more than 750 tornados in april alone, hundreds of people were killed. but the hardest hit city was joplin, missouri, a powerful ef5 tornado left 157 people dead, making the joplin twitter the deadliest in decades. a new era of british royalty began when prince william and his blushing bride kate swapped vows. may 1st, a dramatic late night announcement from the commander in chief, a team led by navy seals swooped into this compound in pakistan where they said they found osama bin laden, the seals reportedly shot him in the face and defense officials say the world's most wanted man was later buried at sea. uncle sam maxed out his credit cards. lawmakers spent much of the summer fighting before ultimately increasing the government's ability to borrow more money. who is in and who is out? >> i'm running for president of
and fall with deadly protests persisting in syria and a 8.9 quake unleashed a devastating tsunami and triggered a meltdown at this power plant. a stormy spring in the u.s. meteorologists said there were more than 750 tornados in april alone and hundreds of people were killed. the hardest-hit city was joplin missouri a powerful ef- 5 tornado left 155 people dead, making the john lip twister the deadliest in decades -- joplin twister the deadliest in decades. >>> a new era of royalty began when prince william and kate wed. a team led by navy seals swooped into this compound in pakistan where they said they found osama bin laden. the seals reportedly shot him in the face and he was buried at sea. uncle sam maxed out his credit cards. lawmakers spent much of the summer fighting before openly increasing the government's ability to borrow more money. cruise in and cruise out. >> i'm running for president of the united states. >> as a candidate for president of the united states -- . >> and i am announcing my candidacy for president of the united stat
in the middle east, occupy movement here in the united states continue to force action in russia and syria. >>> time now, 8:10 a.m. on wednesday morning american troops will be out of iraq by the end of the year. so what will it be like in iraq in 2012. >>> a familiar face here at fox. former baghdad correspondent will join us in studio, molly willings is just back from 8 months and will talk about her experience and look ahead to the future of that country  at bank k of america, we're lending and investing in communities across the country, from helping to revitalize a neighborhood in brooklyn to financing industries that are creating jobs in boston or providing funding for the expansion of a local business serving a diverse seattle community and supporting training programs for tomorrow's workforce in los angeles. because the more we can do in local neighborhoods and communities, the more we can help make opportunity possible. >>> 40 degrees on wednesday morning let's look at stories making headlines, investigation under way why a man in belgium threw grow fades into a group of holi
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